The Institute for Clinical and Economic Review released a “reference case” to detail the nonprofit’s approach to cost-effectiveness analysis.
According to ICER, the information was current as of July 16 this year.
The reference case, ICER states, is “defined by the components methods and reporting elements to be used in a cost-effectiveness analysis.”
“ICER’s reference case generally aligns with the Second Panel on Cost-Effectiveness in Health and Medicine’s recommendations for a health care perspective reference case,” ICER states.
To read the full 15-page reference case, click here.